Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Soundscape - Rough Storyboard Response

When researching my key frame image, all I understood was that it was a painting about how marriage weighs you down. Though I didn't understand the piano or bikes, through further research, looking into dreams I found that a piano is representative of a woman, and this piano has a crack in it, which could be interpretated as a marriage breaking apart. I also found out that the bikes in dreams, represent freedom, which makes sense as these ghoul characters are trying to  go around with their freedom, only to have a rock weigh them down.

My story is about a man who is about to get married and realises he is about to lose his freedom and starts turn into these ghouls and so do his friends at the wedding, while his fiancee/wife transforms into the piano, as she is the feminine symbol of the breakage of marriage.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Rhianna, I like your proposed story but you're going to have to think carefully about how you create an appropriate soundscape. My feeling at the moment would be to investigate the ambiences of the different places in your story. Good use of these 'beds' of background sound will help the viewer connect with the environment you are trying to create.

    There is potential for your soundscape to be fairly abstract to reflect the unreal sense of ghouls and woman-transforming-into-piano, but you'll need to make sure that the viewer can follow your proposed narrative as easily as possible for them to believe in your story. Good luck!